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Small Theatre Alliance of Boston

The Margaret Ghost, 2010 Revival

Performance Dates

     Thursday   June 17   8:00 pm     
     Friday   June 18   8:00 pm     
     Saturday*   June 19   8:00 pm     
     Sunday   June 20   3:00 pm     

     Tickets are available for purchase online at Brown Paper Tickets.

Note: Tickets prices for the Saturday night performance (*) include admission to the Gala Celebration. Unfortunately, we can only accept credit cards online, not at the door. Thank you.


The Margaret Ghost will be performed in the 21st century performance space at The First Church in Belmont, Unitarian Universalist, located at 404 Concord Ave, Belmont MA 02478. Detailed directions and parking information are available, as well as public transit information to get to the venue.


The Margaret Ghost: 2010 Revival - Trailer (MP4) from Jo on Vimeo.


About the Play

The Margaret Ghost is a gripping play about the life and loves of Margaret FullerŅauthor, editor, journalist, literary critic, educator, Transcendentalist, and women's rights advocate....friend of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Written by local playwright Carole Braverman, this is a witty, engaging look at the struggles of a woman too intelligent to fit into the narrow role of a nineteenth-century woman, and too passionate to settle for less than the full human experience. From the parlors of Cambridge to the streets of Rome, The Margaret Ghost follows Fuller as she searches for truth, beauty and love amid the tides of history.

Theatre@First, in association with the Margaret Fuller Bicentennial, is proud to revive our 2006 production of The Margaret Ghost, bringing it to Belmont with the entire original cast!

NOW IN PAPERBACK! Never before published, The Margaret Ghost is now available in a limited, commemorative edition in honor of the Bicentennial. This beautiful trade paperback includes an Introduction by our director and an Afterword by the playwright. Purchase your copy today!

Producer's Blog: To keep up with the cast and crew as they prepare for the show, follow the Producer's Blog on Theatre@First's BrownPaperTickets page.

Gala Celebration: Join Theatre@First and the Margaret Fuller Bicentennial for a Gala Celebration on Saturday, June 19th! Start the evening at 6:30pm with a wine and cheese reception followed by a Conversation in the tradition of Margaret Fuller with playwright Carole Braverman and director Elizabeth Hunter. Playwright and director will be available for questions during intermissions and after the show, when you will also have an opportunity to meet the extraordinary cast of The Margaret Ghost. Admission to the Saturday evening performance includes admission to these additional events.

For information about the full series of Conversations and more Bicentennial events, please visit the Margaret Fuller web site.


Margaret Fuller


Andrea Humez
Anna Ward ..... Alissa Lerman
Sophia Hawthorne ..... Erica Schultz
Nathaniel Hawthorne ..... Jason Merrill
Ralph Waldo Emerson ..... John Olson
Horace Greeley ..... Jack Dietz
James Nathan ..... Nick Bennett-Zendzian
Giuseppe Mazzinni ..... Dave Policar
Angelo Ossoli ..... Santiago Rivas





Beckie Hunter
Director ..... Elizabeth Hunter
Technical Director ..... Jo Guthrie